At Geril Therapy Vision 2020 is Paramount to our practice development. We are looking for clinicians who are willing to take total responsibility for their patients' care. Practitioners' care includes an appropriate review of diagnostic tests, specialty referrals, and medical/surgical management.
Partner in One Year
If you are taking total responsibility for your patients' care, you should be compensated by reimbursement received.
Our philosophy is one of total commitment. Geril Therapy is committed to its employees, patients, and partners. As a new graduate, you will seldom get an opportunity such as this:
- Competitive Salary for 12 months of employment.
- Full Benefits
- Become a Partner in one year. Receive what you bill minus the practice overhead.
- 401k Match
- Paid Time Off
- Continuing Education
- Train Under a Board Certified Clinical Specialist
- Company Support for Board Preparation
- Financial Support for the Certification Process
Adam C. Geril, MS, PT, OCS, ATC:
Mr. Geril had been a Physical therapist for over 23 years specializing in Orthopedics. He holds a Bachelors's degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, in Excercise Science, a Master's degree in Physical Therapy from Boston University, and is enrolled in a Clinical Doctorate program at the University of St. Augustine. He is a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists, as well as nationally accredited and State licensed as an athletic trainer. His clinic interests are in the treatment of the Shoulder, Spine, Ankle, Foot, Sports Medicine, TMH, and Wellness.
Edward Lacy, PT CSCS:
A 1996 graduate of Physical Therapy program at Howard University, Edward Lacy has practiced physical therapy in a variety of setting throughout the country. He has helped develop programs in sports and industrial rehabilitation, his main areas of physical therapy practice, for private practices and large healthcare corporations in the Southwestern United States. Mr. Lacy earned a Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification in 2005, which increased his knowledge base for athletic performance training.